Item 03: Cameron Robertson war diary, 29 December 1916-3 February 1919 - Page 82
about an hour for dinner. 6pm found us at Firenzouk and at7am 2nd October we reached Faenza where we detrained and proceeded to a Tommy camp for breakfast.
The camp is very well laid out and each small street between the huts bears the name of some well known thoroughfare in London such as Strand, Brampton Road, Tottenham Court Rd. The huts are named after the various railway stations i.e. Euston, St Pancreas and Waterloo.
As in all fixed camps the management is fairly good and the whole place has a look of health about it. In the grounds are kiosks run by Italians,so that when the